FamouS JewS?..Uh huh

OK. The Jews comprise just one fifth of one percent of the entire human race. One of many relatively small groups of people with their own culture, language and yesHomeland.

Frankly….They should hardly be heard of.jewbear1.jpg

So, why is it exactly that they are not only not noticed, but the hub of nearly every scientific, political, ideological, creative or cultural movement in the world?

Jews are ridiculously over-represented as Nobel Prize recipients, having won one fifth of all awards given. jewish-star.gif

And yes….T’was the Jews who founded Hollywood.1123.gif Their influence, for good or bad, in journalism, television, radio, cinema, and theater in America is unprecedented.

As a matter of fact, Jews are over-represented in all the professions.

Were I to try to list them…this post would go on forever.

It’d be quite amusing were the Jew haters of the world to boycott anything “Jewish” in origin.
They might as well get a time machine and head back to the pre-historic age then.

Let us compare some famous leaders shall we.

Some Famous Christian Leaders:

George Bush Jr.-current U.S. President bush1ani.gif
George Bush – former U.S. President.

Martin Luther King Jr.
Abraham Lincoln – U.S. President
George Washington – U.S.President
John Adams: 1735-1826 (Americal Statesman, who elped draft the Declaration of Independence and our second President.)
“Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
Patrick Henry: 1736-1799 4thjuly2.gif

Some Famous Jewish Leaders:
Menachem Begin (1913-1992)
David ben Gurion (1886-1973)

Abba Eban (1915-2002)
Theodor Herzl (1860-1904)
Golda Meir (1898-1978)

Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952)

Some Famous Muzzlim Leaders:

Yasser Ara-FAT

Aya-tollah Kho-meini mad.gif

Osama Bin Laden
Sad-DAM Hussein
Achma-dine-jiihad mad-smile.gif

Um..Notice any differences there mates?


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22 Responses to “FamouS JewS?..Uh huh”

  1. Debbie says:

    Where’s the list of Muslim scientists, architects, doctors, educators, etc.???? Oh, there isn’t one.

  2. Katie says:

    Hate to tell you this but Elvis wasn’t Jewish, but a proud supporter of Israel and Madonna is definitely not Jewish, although she wishes she was.

    A couple of other famous Jews were:

    Moshe Dayan
    Yitzhak Rabin
    Kirk Douglas
    Yael Naim
    and Me!

  3. Z says:

    I love the comparisons…Debbie’s right! My GOSH, when we compare Christian and Jewish leaders to the Muslims, it’s almost scary to think how cunningly the Muslims have worked themselves into countries like England and Holland. NOW they pick to get this smart? When Christianity and Judaism are mocked even from their own?? Not good timing for us, to be sure.

  4. Angel says:


  5. LomaAlta says:

    Good post Angel.
    Sooner or later you will hear that Arabs used to be geniuses and invented algebra, Arabic numerals, etc.

    Well, if you look deeper, during the rein of powerful Muslims there was always a “court”, or group of scholars or something. Pssst bend close here and give me your ear for the secret. That “court” was inevitably made up of Jewish scholars either enslaved, bought, or misguided and loyal to their Muslim masters.

    In any event, there are more secrets such as this. Just keep digging.

  6. Faultline USA says:

    Great video!

  7. tapline says:

    Angel, Wasn’t Hamarabi a muslim. He was from Iraq He established the first written laws, come to think of it he ws probably jewish,,,,but how about Saladin????? anyway….Good Post as usual…..stay well…

  8. MK says:

    Jealousy, the same reason they hate America as well. They only way they can feel good about themselves is to bring down the best.

  9. Brooke says:

    Gee, I think I noticed a difference in your comparison…

  10. Aurora says:

    Angel, I’ve often given thought to this amazing phenomenon. Even the bad guys, like Karl Marx have carried this aura of incredible success. What I’d like to know is if I can somehow have some of that stuff of yours rub off on me!

  11. KKarLmM says:

    Hey Angel, great post…..but you forgot,
    Muslim sheets…
    with out them you would never appreciate the Silk ones!!!!!!
    and didn’t they have something to do with Camel cigarettes..

  12. Jungle Mom says:

    We all owe the Jewish people for many of the things we use daily. And i loved the Saddam graphic.

  13. nanc says:

    G-d be with u.s. as condi sticks her nose into israel’s business tomorrow. can you smell “judgment”?

  14. Kevin says:

    It’s important to respect the Jews because of all of the great accomplishments made by Jewish people. But it’s also important to feel sorry for them. After all, they have to admit that Ben Stiller is one of them :) .

  15. EDGE says:

    One day the good ol’ US of A will turn its back on Israel…not good folks…not good at all!

  16. Z says:

    EDGE; if that happens, we are in REALLY big trouble. No “not good at all!” nanc is right.

  17. gayle says:

    I love the Saddam graphic too, Angel! LOL! Great find. I hope that we never turn our backs on Israel. That would definitely be our downfall, both morally and literally!

  18. gayle says:

    Oh, by the way, Judy Garland has always been a favorite of mine and I had no idea until I read your post that she was Jewish! :)

  19. sayitlikeitis says:

    You should include Ilan Ramon, the astronaunt and Professor Auman the latest Noble Prize winner in Mathematics.
    How about good ole loving, peaceful Shlomo Carlbach who was a friend to all….

  20. Martin says:

    LOL! No way re Saddam/Geico!!! LOLOL (still cracking up). Great post, Angel.

  21. DD2 says:

    “Free Speech only for Liberals”

    Nothing new there, kido!

  22. Seth says:

    Excellent post, Angel, and spot on!

    I liked the Geico bit, as well. :-)